The Vermont House passed a bill Thursday night to legalize recreational possession of marijuana just hours after Attorney General Jeff Sessions rescinded a Department of Justice policy on legal marijuana.
EUGENE, Ore. – Attorney General Jeff Sessions is getting rid of the current marijuana policy that prevents the federal government from interfering with states that have legalized the drug, and that has many people in Oregon talking.
HARRISBURG, Pa., Jan. 4, 2018 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB) will have a presence at one of the biggest events in the commonwealth and the largest indoor agricultural event in the country – the 102nd Pennsylvania Farm Show.
Concord, NH – A powerhouse group of trailblazing female wine industry leaders and some of the most celebrated names in the wine world will descend on New Hampshire for the 13th annual New Hampshire Wine Week.
CLEVELAND, Ohio – It’s last call for hundreds of bottles of liquor sold in Ohio.
Beginning this week, the Ohio Department of Commerce is delisting about 700 items in its Last Call campaign, and that means consumers will have access to a clearinghouse of booze at discounted prices.
Starting this year, minors found in possession of alcohol will get a little more leniency under the law. The consequences defined by Michigan’s minor is possession or MIP law changed January 1st.
New Hampshire House lawmakers are expected to vote Wednesday on a bill that would legalize home liquor distilling.
Booze enthusiasts are currently allowed to make up to 200 gallons of beer and wine at home - depending on the size of their household.
Hood River Distillers Vodka and Jack Daniels Black Label retained their titles this year as the most popular liquors sold in Oregon.
The Oregon Liquor Control Commission on Thursday released its top 10 ranking by both volume and dollar amount of liquor sold this year.
Ohio is retiring Patron XO Dark, Admiral Nelson and 700 other liquor brands from shelves this winter
The state of Ohio is retiring 700 liquor brands including Patron XO Dark coffee liqueur, Pinnacle gin, Admiral Nelson spiced rum and just about any type of flavored vodka imaginable in order to free up shelf space for new stock.
In the new year, you’ll be paying less tax to tipple. The new tax law passed by Congress and signed by President Donald Trump will cut excise taxes on beer, wine and distilled spirits over the next two years. It’s especially generous for craft brewers, cutting the federal excise tax from $7 to $3.50 per barrel.